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I had saved a site that you were able to punch in the specifics of the circuit ya wanted to make and it'd tell ya how to go about making it.
I'm pretty sure I got it from Hizzo, so it might be in a post here somewhere.
It's been awhile, but I'll see if I can find it and post back.

EDIT: Here it is.... http://led.linear1.org/led.wiz

And a search tip for this site....
To search posts about LED lights, 3 letters is too small a word, use LEDs and you'll get better results.
 

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I like that calculator better. It gives different configuration options and gives power disipation and current draw.
 

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I like that calculator better. It gives different configuration options and gives power disipation and current draw.
Yep, tells ya just what ya need to make it just how ya want. :smiley_th
 

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More direct info for use.

For 3.3 volts LEDs (blue, white etc.)
1 LED - 470 ohms (1/2 watt)
2 LEDs - 270 ohms
3 LEDs - 120 ohms
4 or more LEDs - Use multiple arrays of LEDs

For 2.0 volts LEDs (red, amber etc.)
1 LED - 560 ohms (1/2 watt)
2 LEDs - 470 ohms (1/2 watt)
3 LEDs - 330 ohms
4 LEDs - 220 ohms
5 LEDs - 100 ohms
6 or more LEDs - Use multiple arrays of LEDs

12V(positive terminal) ------LED------LED------LED------Resistor------(negative terminal)
 
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